Pros: Breakfast and diner were great Japanese treats. The hotel is comfortable. Friendly staff, English is limited though. I would recommend this hotel to other travelers.
Cons: Nothing much
Pros: The experience at this hotel was incredible. Our room was a Japanese style room (although I am not sure if they have western style room). Our room was facing the river - you could open the window and ...
Pros: Nice Japanese breakfast
Cons: Flexibility of staff
Pros: A wunderfull expierience. Absolute recommended. Nice staff, splendid Japanese style room. Wonderfull ONSEN experience and a really really nice surrounding. This must be heaven.
Pros: Everything is fine
Cons: No particular comment but it is better to add a bit more portion of meat on dinner set
Pros: The hotel is really nice, my room was with view to the river. The onsen it was amaizing. They offer free drinks as well.
Pros: Close to the historical district. One of the towns on the Kiso road Hotel on river and also close to shrine and temples and just down the road from the free open air hot foot soak. Enjoyable stay, ...
Cons: No complaints, in spite of our language barrier, we managed to communicate just fine. Wonderful experience
Pros: Nice view, great staff and fair price. A wonderful place to relax!
Pros: A remote location in beatiful mountainous landscape was a great way to relax and do some hiking on a nearby trails. The owners are very hospitable and food was good. Ask for free ride to/from ...
Pros: Excellent food and welcoming hosts
Cons: More activities for the guests
Situated in Kiso, this guesthouse is within 9 mi (15 km) of Fukushima Checkpoint Site, Hataagehachimangu, and Kozen-ji Temple. Yamamura Daikan Yashiki and Kisogawa Shinsui Park are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Pros: Staff was amazing - they went out of their way to meet us at the door, help us arrange hiking transportation and spoke great english for what we needed! The ryokan itself was beautiful -- super ...
Pros: Wonderful little ryokan, very authentic with the best kaiseki dinner we had in Japan. Beautiful view from the room. All facilities were excellent. A bit expensive but worth the money.
Pros: By far my favourite hotel during my Japan holidays. Amazing room, fantastic Michelin Star like food and above all the loveliest staff imaginable. Don' t miss that place. Thank you!
Pros: Both dinner and breakfast can be included in your stay and the food was excellent. For a westerner, the ryokan experience is really fun.
Cons: Had to pay in cash.
Pros: From friendly welcome to fabulous dinner Tsutaya was great. Serene bath with view of the mountains. Perfect location opposite the train station. Real treat after day of walking.
Pros: Super friendly staffs with excellent service minds Great dinner and breakfast on traditional style. Really enjoy them Sizable room Opposite train station
Cons: Small public bath
Pros: The service and food was excellent. The staff were very helpful and spoke basic English to help us with directions.
Pros: The food was really fantastic and the staff ready to please. Everything was very comfortable. Had a view of the town, and the onsen was good, also with a view of the hills. They had a free massage ...
Cons: Was a little expensive, but we got more than what we paid for.
Pros: Such a great stay, brilliant hotel, everything really thought through to give guests the best experience
Pros: Breakfast, dinner and hospitality of staffs
Cons: The onsen facilities are small. Anyhow, it is acceptable.
Pros: Enjoyable, quiet and relaxed atmosphere. Onsen and communal area was very nice, and the food was interesting and clearly very well prepared (though I think having a continental option for breakfast ...
Cons: The rooms are in need of a bit of a spruce up - it would be very easy and effective to renovate while keeping the traditional feel of the rooms.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff, fantastic food, lovely place.
Pros: Easy pick up and drop off by hotel bus at the information centre across the road from the train station. Enormous room, compared to most hotels, in new wing of the building. Additional futons (and ...
Cons: No wifi in our room but it could be accessed in reception area until the lights are turned out.
Pros: very kind staff beautiful facility & location delicious food
Pros: 14km from The village, in The mountain environment . They picked us up at the train station. They even took up further up the mountain by night to do stars watching. Food was great. And the onsen. ...
Pros: Its location, so serene and staff were nice. Breakfast is so good my partner loved it!
Cons: No private washroom
Pros: The location was very nice as it is away from city/major town. It was not easily accessible, there was pick-up service which was very efficient.
Cons: Pillow was a little hard & uncomfortable.
Pros: Incredibly peaceful and wonderful experience
Pros: The whole feeling of the place and the staff was very, very good. In Japan you always feel the staff have your interest as their biggest aim. but here ever more so.
Cons: Not so much that we didn't like, but be aware it is a traditional Ryokan and you will be sleeping on the floor. After a day walking the Nakasendo, you are not going to relax in a luxury bed! Go to...
Pros: The dinner was excellent and very good value. The hotel offered a star-gazing trip for no extra charge. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Cons: The Japanese style rooms in the old part of the hotel and the reception area were a little chilly.
Unwind at this long-established inn, the only ryokan that can be found on the Kisokodo. The seasonal scenery, singing birds, and the sounds of water is sure to make your relaxing stay unforgettable.
Hotel Route-Inn Ina Inter is a great choice for a stay in Minamiminowa. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Hana Hana Tei, which serves dinner. All rooms offer refrigerators, slippers, and free WiFi.
Cons: Overpriced for what you get. Their pricing is that of an expensive city hotel, but this place was just okay. Dinner and breakfast were also absurdly priced.
Pros: Great service and fantastic food. The spa is lovely and the place is very quiet.
Pros: Some of the staff members were particularly kind and welcoming. The meals were delicious and there is clearly a focus on making the dining room and lobby agreeable to be in and they were. They even ...
Cons: We've stayed at many ryokan in Japan now and did not find this one quite to the level normally expected in terms of quality of the facilities and service. The staff is friendly but service ...
Pros: Nice location, nice interior design (very traditional). Breakfast was good and service was great.
Pros: A large traditional tatami room with two futons and a low table, plus a separate area with wardrobe, side table and two chairs, plus separate toilet, bathroom and basin areas made for our most ...
Cons: Free wi-fi was only available in the lobby, which was pleasingly furnished and spacious. For some reason, one of our iPhones was not able to link to the wi-fi (despite working everywhere else we ...
Pros: Loved everything. Great, helpful staff, excelllent meals, good onsen, charming lobby and room, completely wonderful!
Cons: Nothing. It was all good.
Pros: Everything was great.
Cons: Maybe it would be more convinient is some staff could speak better on other language (german, spanish, french, english...)
Pros: Nothing exceptional. The rooms were a bit tight for 4 pax.
Cons: You have to reserve breakfast a day in advance. I was hoping to do it during check in. No coffee shops around open for breakfast.
Pros: Good hotel with Japanese style spacious rooms. Private toilet in room. Nice onsen, with outside area. Hotel is located in old center, 15 minutes walk from station, short ride by taxi (700 yen).
Cons: Very basic level of English of staff. No wifi in room.
Pros: Cute hotel near the station. Kiso is a very small charming town. If you would like to experience the real Japan this is a great place to go.
Cons: I speak japanese, and even been able to communicate with the staff they couldn't give me much information, specially where to eat. There are not many restaurants around so it was hard to find ...
Kaidou Roman Onyado Tsutaya is a great choice for a stay in Kiso. Freebies like breakfast and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails and downhill skiing. Refrigerators and bathrobes are offered in all rooms.
Pros: Nothing remarkable, but nothing to complain about. The rooms are small as they always are at Route-Inns. If we were planning to stay longer than two nights in Komagane we probably would have ...
Cons: It is a long (uphill) walk from the train station, especially if you are dragging rolling luggage. Any place we wanted to visit required a taxi ride, either directly to the site (Kozen-ji) or ...
Pros: Small hotel but have an onsen. Many shops near hotel. Short distance to the rope way.
Pros: Super nice and helpful staff. Room was perfect for me, everything I needed. Onsen in hotel. Lot of dinning options around. Free coffee at lobby.
Cons: A bit of walk from the center and train station.
Pros: Good value
Cons: do not offer travel adapters for loan. We stayed at other 3 stars hotel and was able to borrow travel adapters.
Pros: Staff is very nice and helpful even though communication in English is not so good. Hotel is very clean.
Cons: There is not much choice of food for breakfast, also, breakfast time is up to 9am, it is too early for leisure travellers.
Pros: Wonderfull wellcoming, very clean, breakfast cheap and homemade jam. Quiet and beautifull area. We enjoyed staying here.
Cons: A little bit expensive (even for Japan !)
Pros: The location is in komagane, far from everything but in a beautiful area. Couple who ran hostel spoke very little english but we're very helpful in organizing train schedules and giving us a ride ...
Cons: The place is cold, creepy, and reminds me of a grade school. No real food available at facilities and restaurants are 20 min walk.
Pros: The staff recommendations were good. The location was out of the town but good for going hiking.
Cons: The hallways were cold and the lock out time during the day is not ideal if you want to return before 3pm or drop bags early.
Pros: We had a fantastic experience at Komagane Youth Hostel. The hosts did everything they could to help us with our time in Komagane despite us speaking almost no Japanese. They helped us plan our hike ...
With a stay at Ontake Golf and Resort Hotel in Kiso, you'll be within the vicinity of Utaki Otaki Hot Spring and Ontake 2240 Ski Resort. This golf hotel is within the region of Kozen-ji Temple and Ontake Ropeway.
Make yourself at home in one of the 93 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as coffee/tea makers and blackout drapes/curtains.
Enjoy the recreation opportunities such as a golf course or make use of other amenities including an arcade/game room.
You can enjoy a meal at a restaurant serving the guests of Ontake Golf and Resort Hotel, or stop in at a grocery/convenience store. Full breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Free self parking is available onsite.